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Model 3 with an S/X style P100D badge [Update: obviously added by the owner]

Krusty

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Apr 28, 2018
7
11
Toronto
Saw this and took a picture, since I didn't know they made the 3 this way. Can't find any info on Tesla site. Anyone know anything about it, pricing, performance etc.? Huge tires on black turbine rims. Sure looked sinister!
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run-the-joules

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Aug 13, 2017
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SF Bay
symmetry is beauty

model and trim badges ruin symmetry.

model and trim badges, therefore, destroy beauty.

Not to mention making the car harder to clean properly, and existing only to impress strangers.
 

Black306

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Oct 14, 2019
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Sacramento
P75D would be more accurate. I see LR on the left side badge, so even P75D would be incorrect. :D

Can’t fault people for doing it though. It’s a form of flattery; they do it cause they consider those vehicles in high regard. Happens in the Mustang community as well; putting Cobra badges on a V6 or GT.
 
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Krusty

Member
Apr 28, 2018
7
11
Toronto
So....its not real. Sure looked the part! Wider than stock tires on 20" rims. Suspension looked lowered too. Made me google it, so I guess I was fooled....or curious if it existed.
 

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